[Haskell-cafe] [ANN] Sprinkles - zero-programming web dev platform

Saurabh Nanda saurabhnanda at gmail.com
Sun Nov 27 03:34:26 UTC 2016

Following is not clear from the front page:

* How is this different from Jekyll?
* What would make a good use-case for this tool? When is a full-blown CMS
overkill? When is a static-site generator too limiting? What is the sweet
spot for this project?

-- Saurabh.

On 27 Nov 2016 1:58 am, "Tobias Dammers" <tdammers at gmail.com> wrote:

> A little something I've been working on:
> https://sprinkles.tobiasdammers.nl/
> You feed it a bunch of templates, content in files, databases, APIs,
> etc., define routes and map them onto data sources and templates using a
> YAML configuration file, and it'll serve that as a full blown website.
> It sits somewhere in between a classic CMS and a static site generator.
> The code is available on github:
> https://github.com/tdammers/sprinkles
> Both the sprinkles website and that for ginger
> (https://ginger.tobiasdammers.nl/) are built on Sprinkles (following
> some advice about dog food I read somewhere).
> Before I unleash this to a more general audience, I'd like to get some
> honest (harsh) criticism here, on both the code itself and the available
> materials (website, documentation). Feel free to roast me relentlessly.
> --
> Tobias Dammers - tdammers at gmail.com
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